As part of St Nicholas Pathways’ recent ‘Nature Play in Your Service’ workshops, our educators and students explored the core principles of meaningful nature play, fostering connections and sparking innovative ideas.Read more
A Reggio-Emilia inspired bird feeder project provides an opportunity for hands-on learning, exploration and artistic expression. This guide will walk you through the process of creating a bird feeder using natural materials, encouraging collaboration, imagination and an early connection with nature.
Unleash creativity, nurture curiosity and ignite imaginations with these eight enchanting Reggio Emilia-inspired experiences that seamlessly blend nature and education.
In today’s fast-paced world, fostering connections between different generations has become increasingly important. One innovative approach gaining popularity is the collaboration between early childhood centres and aged care facilities.
As parents, we all want the best for our children, especially when it comes to their education. While traditional teaching methods have their merits, there is a growing recognition of the significant benefits of play-based learning.
Water play isn’t just a popular activity for children in early childhood settings. It also enhances their creativity and imagination, promotes good health and wellbeing, and provides opportunities for explorative learning.